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Add to Basket Once a proud guidebook company for backpackers, in recent years footprint has graduated to providing offering for a more refined palate. This short guide to the Loire region is concise, budget concious, but still informative and interesting. The best of both worlds?
Add to Basket Decent practical guide with plenty of listings and information. The Luxembourg section is small - only 20 pages - but well composed.
Add to Basket A new guide to the mountains. Footprint includes detailed recommended itineraries, hotels, restaurants and practical transport tips for reaching each island.
Berlin by Lonely Planet
Add to Basket A useful guide to the city which focuses on practical information and travel logistics. Includes a map.
Add to Basket Michelin take their usual upmarket guide and add a comprehensive caravaning and camping handbook, with all the best sites across France.
Add to Basket A thorough guide to the region with detailed advice on activities and sights in each neighbourhood, as well as a little historical context. It includes a basic map with transport links.
Add to Basket The most comprehensive and reliable guide to getting around Switzerland by bus, boat and train. Also includes excellent cultural and historical background information.
Add to Basket The Michelin Red Guide is the definitive hotel and restuaraunt guide to France. Updated each year and with considerable practical benefits, it deserves its 'essential' reputation. The listings are symbol-based with short and helpful descriptions in English.
France by Lonely Planet
Add to Basket A strong practical-minded budget guide with exhaustive listings of accommodation, restaurants, bars, sights and so on. Rather rudimentary when it comes to historical and cultural context.
Add to Basket Unspectacular but fiercely reliable budget-orientated guide to all elements of Dutch travel.
Add to Basket Handy slimmed-down version of the Amsterdam Rough Guide, with reasonable maps and a CD-Rom that is fun if largely pointless.
Amsterdam by Eyewitness Guides
Add to Basket A lavishly presented sightseeing companion that also offers hotel and restaurant listings along with general travel info and decent maps.
Germany by Lonely Planet
Add to Basket Admirably exhaustive in its practical scope, this guide covers every aspect of budget German travel.
Add to Basket Each region, arranged alphabetically, is introduced and covered, with major sights highlighted and local hotels and restaurants suggested and rated according to cost. Good opening chapters provide background reading. Best for a tour by car.
Add to Basket A wonderfully camp list of the best shops, restaurants and hotels for the traveller looking for a little luxury.
Add to Basket A practical guide to the highlights of the country, best for a budget visit. It's full of photographs with good introductory chapters too, plus a handy pull-out map.
Add to Basket Sawday picks the very best places to stay in France. Includes wide price and destination ranges, making it a useful reference for all visitors to France.
Add to Basket To eat well in Paris, simply pop this little gem in your pocket. Divided by region and written by experts it really reflects the diversity on offer. A detailed, passionate and trustworthy guide.
Add to Basket A self-consciously hip version of the LP 'Best Of' for visitors who don't mind the tone of their trip being dictated to them. The pull-out map is better however, not least because it can be removed.
Add to Basket A fine, comprehensive practical travel guide that covers all its title regions evenly. Maps are simple but effective enough.
Add to Basket An up-to-date guide featuring a pull-out map, a good range of accommodation and a selection of black and white photographs. The writing is thoughtful and engaging. Basic city maps throughout.
Add to Basket Michelin are hard to beat on home turf. This excellent, colourful general guide, arranged by region, primarily covers sightseeing, with lists of recommended hotels and restaurants included at the back.
Paris by Lonely Planet
Add to Basket A solid no frills practical guide, best for a budget visit. Some good introductory chapters too, plus a handy pull-out map.
Add to Basket A regularly-updated guide for a comfortable tour. Michelin are best on hotels and restaurants but provide ample context to back it up. Regions are arranged alphabetically. Maps are excellent as one would expect.